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Divorce carefully, or as Gwyneth Paltrow says, practice “conscious uncoupling.”
Stay healthy and save as much as 20 percent on your cost of living in retirement.
If you and your honey aren’t in complete harmony about your retirement plans, you’re in good company.
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